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PostPosted: Thu Apr 19, 2007 9:14 am 
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Can someone please make me the UBCD of PM8.iso for me cos i can't get my version to work :( i really need to put my drive back cos i hate leaving a free partition.

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Sorry but nothing proves that you do indeed own a copy of Partition Magic 8, so noone except the publisher should be allowed to give you a copy of it in any shape.

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i have PM8 but am talking abt the Ultimate Boot CD version of PM8 cos i can't seems to get mines to work whatever i try

Everytime i run ubcd2iso.bat it jst runs close down after i press any key to run it but i doesn't show the wait.exe when if it should
heres what my C:\ contains of all UBCD
Image

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Hi Guys & Gals,

I have been reading all your post as how to make a Bootable Cd from 2 floppy's PM8 rescue disks.

I have spent about 2 weels trying to make one, and your instruction were not
that good, and I finely made one and it was a lot simpler than a lot of these instruction I read on this form.

Here is how to do it.

(1)Use winImage and at the top go to Disk, but you first floppy into the floppy drive and than click on to read disk near the bottom.

(2) Now go to Image at the top of WinImage and got chanege format to 2.88 MB.

(3) Use your windows Explorer and open the second floppy and drag all the file to from the 2nd floppy to into the first except for Autoexec.bat and Command com. than save them as IMA.

(4) open MagicIso and go into tools Load the boot image that saved as IMA Once you have done this Go to save as and save it as Standard ISO File and there it is.

You can use MagicISO to burn a CD or Nero.

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None of those tutorials help me i gave up trying 2 weeks ago after a month since i started

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my UBCD is on H drive so I changed my .bat file to reflect this and it still shuts down without producing an iso. after "press any key..." the dos window disappears and no UBCD???????????????

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"UBCD2ISO D:\UBCD B:" :roll:


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Hello there ^^

Just wanted to say I used it successfully with Partition Magic 6 floppies, I guess it should be good with any version that uses 2 floppies.

(For personal convenience I just renamed the output image file, the reference to it in the custom.cfg file and the label, of course ^^ )

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 Post subject: Partition Magic 6
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Hi,

I modify UBCD just like showed, but when i try to boot PQmagic the system hang
i see memdisk loading, but the system hang juste after write "start"

what can i do ?


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cant make pm8. img. Im getting an error.
"EXTRACT.EXE has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience."


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Hello,

just to annotate. I think I found a problem with the cutemouse

If you integrate "Norton" or "PowerQuest" Partition Magic v8.0
you should test your mouse.

The cutemouse version 1.9 (included in freeDOS 1.0) and 2.1b4
(integrated in dosubcd.igz 3.42) doesn't work for me with Norton
Partion Magic v8.0 and I think it wouldn't work with PowerQuest's
Partion Magic v8.0 too.

I tested successfully cutemouse version 1.9.1 alpha 1 (included in
dosubcd.igz v3.40 of UBCD 4.1.1) and cutemouse v 2.0 alpha 4
(both are available at http://cutemouse.sourceforge.net/) with
Partition Magic

Thomas


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 Post subject: Re: using a mouse (cutemouse)
PostPosted: Sat Aug 16, 2008 5:24 am 
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Thomas wrote:
Hello,

just to annotate. I think I found a problem with the cutemouse

If you integrate "Norton" or "PowerQuest" Partition Magic v8.0
you should test your mouse.

The cutemouse version 1.9 (included in freeDOS 1.0) and 2.1b4
(integrated in dosubcd.igz 3.42) doesn't work for me with Norton
Partion Magic v8.0 and I think it wouldn't work with PowerQuest's
Partion Magic v8.0 too.

I tested successfully cutemouse version 1.9.1 alpha 1 (included in
dosubcd.igz v3.40 of UBCD 4.1.1) and cutemouse v 2.0 alpha 4
(both are available at http://cutemouse.sourceforge.net/) with
Partition Magic

Thomas


Thanks for the update. I'll look into it.


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 Post subject: Re: using a mouse (cutemouse)
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as702 wrote:
Thomas wrote:
Hello,

just to annotate. I think I found a problem with the cutemouse
If you integrate "Norton" or "PowerQuest" Partition Magic v8.0
you should test your mouse.
[...]
Thomas


Thanks for the update. I'll look into it.


Today I recognizied that it depends on my computer/architechure.
With my Desktop PC (Athlon 64) it is the behavior I described
above. But with my Notebook (IBM ThinkPad 42p MobilePentium)
I have no problems to use the ctm v2.1b4 with PartitionMagic.

But I replaced the ctm in all fd - images with ctm 2.0a4 because
it seems to be more compatible on diffrent platforms.

Thomas


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You better report a bug at the cutemouse forum, so they can solve it. Provide enough information.


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Icecube wrote:
You better report a bug at the cutemouse forum, so they can solve it. Provide enough information.


I was about to suggest this. Eric Auer over at the FreeDOS Project is currently handling the development (I've spoken to him on several occasions and he's very good at releasing updates/patches for programs you're having trouble with).


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I followed all the steps that are in the first guide of this thread but when I run the ubcd2iso.bat to create the image the command prompt simply disappears after pressing any key, it doesn't show any message or error and neither creates the file.
If someone has any idea, thanks


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@JMFM
See: http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1343

Edit: Link updated.


Last edited by Icecube on Mon Aug 25, 2008 10:51 am, edited 2 times in total.

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@Icecube
I think the link you posted isn't right. My problem isn't entering to the bios is making the ISO file with the ubcd2iso.bat.
thanks


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